Organise your own event

Fun & social ideas

Help raise our profile in your community, from organising a gaming event, to planning a tea party, a quiz night or a fundraising dinner with friends or colleagues, opportunities are endless…

  • Present our work to your guests and sponsors with a short film. Check out our youtube channel.
  • Contact us to receive our quiz pack or to request extra copies of our publicity materials
  • Unless you prefer gaming for EIA UK? Charity gaming events are a great way for you to have fun while raising some money for good causes. To get started, create your Justgiving gaming page, choose ‘Environmental Investigation Agency’, select ‘Personal Challenge’ and ‘Personal streaming/gaming event’. Once you have created your own EIA gaming fundraising page on Justgiving, simply follow the instructions.


Reduce your plastic footprint, bring your own drinks and lunch from home. Ever wondered how much you could save by packing your own lunch instead of buying each day?

Get sponsored to ride your bike or walk to work for a week? Think of all the fuel you’ll save and you can even dress up as a tiger to turn some heads along the way! Donate your savings to us!

Virtual challenges

Looking for some more excitement at the gym? Why not try a virtual challenge and get all your friends to join in too! Using just the equipment at your local gym, as a team or over a number of days, you could swim the equivalent of the English Channel, run a marathon, cycle 50 miles or row the length of the Thames… Create your fundraising page on the JustGiving website.

Weddings & special occasions

Not keen on a wedding list or another birthday jumper? why not ask guests and friends to make a donation to us instead, making their gift go that much further by helping to save the environment. Create your fundraising page on the JustGiving website.

Whatever you decide to do, we would love to hear about your plans and offer as much support as possible, so please fill out our contact form (selecting ‘events and sponsored challenges’ as the type of enquiry).